EIT activity report for
2004/03/08 daily meeting

Planner: R.J. Leamon

DateStartEndGOESAR* OtherPADescription
2004/03/0503:48+  10567   Continued activity in fine bright
loops in core of/ between AR poles
2004/03/0510:2412:48 C610570  SE Bright compact arcade rises at limb
then spreads and fades.
2004/03/0513:1316:12  10570   Flickering filament activity just
W of new AR.
2004/03/0519:1322:00 C510570CME  Twisted loops rise then reconnect
out of existence. Probable eruption.
2004/03/0600:12+  10570  SE Continued filament activity.
2004/03/0608:48   10570   Two jets from AR 10570.
2004/03/0609:48   10570   Another jet.
2004/03/0612:2416:36 M110570   Peak saturated brightness at 14:36
Dark arcade forms in front of
(i.e., west of) flare site at 14:48.
2004/03/0612:36+    ENE Active filament at limb.
2004/03/0616:3623:48  10570   Rise of loops S of AR at limb.
2004/03/0700:12+    ENE Filament projected over limb
continues to be highly variable.
2004/03/0708:4812:48   CME  High loops SE of AR 10570 depart.
Bright loops
(can't really call it an arcade)
form after at 11:24 - 11:36.
2004/03/0718:0023:48   CME NE Filament at about (N15, E45)
erupts towards disk center.
2004/03/0720:00+  10570   Continued low-level activity.
2004/03/0805:3609:48  10569CME  Quiet eruption with dimming region.

See note on active region numbers.

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